OT: Spreadsheet addiction [Software]

posted by Shuanghe  – Spain, 2019-07-19 12:41 (640 d 06:08 ago) – Posting: # 20400
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Hi Helmut,

» Yep. I wrote a package for this stuff.

Well, you're always several steps ahead of me. I just wrote some lousy function that serves the educational purpose (for myself). My output is for 4 methods only (Z-distribution, homo- and hetero-scedastic and pragmatic) since I'm still struggling with Chow and Shao/Liu's methods. By the way, I didn't see the package in your Github page. Any plan to put it there so we can have a peek? :-D

» If you want to reproduce Excel’s wacky “commercial rounding”:
» ...

I doubt I'll very use it but nice to know that it can be done. ;-)

» Well, my version is Excel 2000. BTW, navigate up to my OP and hit ctrlF5 to clear the browser’s cache / reload. Is it possible in Excel to have the color dependent on the value (the lower, the darker)? :smoke:

No way. Now you just want to piss off those Excel lovers :lol3:

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  • Gwaza L. Adjusted Indirect Treatment Comparisons of Bioequivalence Studies. PhD Thesis: Utrecht. 2016. [image] free resource.

Thanks. I have many articles but I didn't know about the thesis. I'll take a look at it later.

ElMaestro, apology for the off-topic posting.

All the best,
Shuanghe

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